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I have C++ classes for sockets: one class is for transmit and the other is for receive. I need to create a socket with which I can transmit and receive. Does anyone have such a class? Or some sort of implementation that provides this capability.
Posted 13-Sep-12 8:49am
douglee282
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Philip Stuyck at 13-Sep-12 15:03pm
   
What do you mean ?
First you say : I have C++ classes for sockets.
Then you ask if anyone has such a class ?
Answer is: you have.
It is not that difficult to create a class wrapper around a socket.
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Solution 1

If you need to create a socket that is supposed to send over a specific port and not an ephemeral port, you need to bind the socket before sending.
I am answering the title here because the text does not make sense to me.
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Solution 2

You should create the sockets in your classes.
If you're are developing for the Windows platform then have a look at the code samples provided by MSDN[^].
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